The Research


Note: I am indebted to both amateur and professional genealogists for the work they do. My initial investigation for this project began with An Account of the Family of Boultbee, The original source material for this was gathered by Thomas Pownall Boultbee and and compiled by his brother James in 1889. This privately produced account was edited and updated in 1994 by Canadian cousin, Patrick Boultbee and UK cousin, Elizabeth Boultbee.

Boultbee, Joe. “Clouds.” Went the Day Well. Accessed April 11, 2022.

Boultbee, Thomas Pownall. An Account of the Family of Boultbee. 1889. Edited by Patrick Boultbee and Elizabeth Boultbee. 1994.

Broglio, Ron. “The Best Machine for Converting Herbage into Money: Romantic Cattle Culture.” In Consuming culture in the long nineteenth century: Narratives of consumption, 1700-1900, edited by Tamara S. Wagner and Narin Hassan, 35-47. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007.

Broglio, Ron. Technologies of the Picturesque: British Art, Poetry, and Instruments, 1750-1830. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2008.

Bunting, Jennifer. “Artists of the Klondike.” The Beaver. Summer (1973): 20-27.

Gilbey, Walter. Animal Painters of England from the Year 1650: A Brief History of Their Lives and Works. London : Vinton & Co., 1900.

McGill, Jean S. Edmund Morris: Frontier Artist. Toronto and Charlottetown: Dundurn Press, 1984.

McHugh, Patricia. Toronto Architecture: A City Guide. 2nd ed. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1985.

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"Pilgrimage of Grace." Wikipedia. Last modified April 6, 2022.

"Robert Bakewell." National Portrait Gallery. Accessed April 11, 2022.

"Ryan Boultbee: Me + Home = Art.” Young Creative Awards. 2022.

."Ryan Lee Boultbee." Axis. Accessed April 11, 2022.

"Smells Fishy." Applied Arts. Accessed April 11, 2022.